‘The Restaurant’ at Grande Provence is celebrating the launch of their brand new winter menu, and they want you to be part of the celebrations!

Guests are spoilt for choice with the option to enjoy a two-course lunch, with a complimentary bottle of Grande Provence wine per couple. The Restaurant is also offering a delectable three-course dinner with a complimentary bottle of Grande Provence per couple too. Why not linger on the estate after lunch and come back around for dinner?

Dining at The Restaurant at Grande Provence
Dining at The Restaurant.

Make a trip of it and enjoy a night’s stay at the Grande Provence’s boutique accommodations at Grande Provence Estate – the Owner’s Cottage and La Provencale Villa in the Vineyards are both a part of the Heartland Offer, offering great value at this time of year.

The Grande Provence is also bringing their annual Sensory Experience round again this July. The Bordeaux Expression welcomes guests to embark on a sensory journey at Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate, where Cellar Master Matthew van Heerden will showcase the most elegant of wines from the estate, alongside other specially selected Bordeaux wines revealed on the evening.

To end the experience off, Executive Chef Darren Badenhorst will be serving a four-course menu to pair each of the Bordeaux wines served throughout the evening.

OF NOTE

When The winter special is available until 30 September 2017. The Grande Provence Sensory Experience is on Friday, 28 July 2017 at 7:30pm.
Where Both the winter special and the Sensory Experience are taking place at The Restaurant at Grande Provence.
Cost The two-course lunch is priced at R395 per person, the three-course dinner is priced at R595 per person and the Grande Provence Sensory Experience is priced at R695 per person.
Contact +27 21 876 8600, [email protected]
Photography Grande Provence

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Nikki Louw

Nikki Louw is an avid food eater and wine drinker with a passion for writing about it too. She's a creative by heart, with a love for visual arts and feature writing, which she applies everyday in covering culture, art and food and drink pieces. She also enjoys writing trending news pieces and exploring topics such as gender issues and social consciousness. Outside of the Journalism realm, Nikki tries her hand at painting and drawing. She has a collection of unfinished canvases and completed oil paintings alike, stacking up in the corner of her bedroom.